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Liam Neeson has said that shooting his scenes for “The Hangover 2” was “intense.”

The Ballymena, Co. Antrim native stepped in to replace Mel Gibson in the small role of the tattoo artist in the upcoming movie.

Speaking about his cameo, Neeson revealed he was only on set for one day, but enjoyed the experience.

He said, "I didn't make it to Thailand. I made it to Warner Bros' studios. They built a set, which could've been in Thailand.

"It was fun. It was. It was pretty intense. I was only there for one day - a Sunday, as far as I remember.

“I play an Irish tattooist, strangely enough, living in Bangkok. At least I made him Irish," Neeson explained, adding that his character will be covered head to toe in ink. "I get covered in tattoos… shamrocks, 'I Love Ireland,' all stamped over me."

The actor said he especially liked meeting up with Bradley Cooper, with whom he co-stared in the 2010 fim “The A-Team,” as well as the other two stars, Zach Galafianakis and Ed Helms.

Neeson told MTV.com, "It was good to be with Bradley Cooper -- he's a buddy -- and the other two gentlemen, I'd never met them before, but I love what they do.

"The three of them are just hilarious. They reinvent the Three Stooges in a very funny way."

The sequel to “The Hangover” is set to hit cinemas this summer.

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